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FT Innovative Lawyer 2015: Being an Innovative Law Firm Pays Off

Law innovation pays off

Today, the Financial Times Innovative Lawyer 2015 appeared: link

It has been 10 years since the first edition came out. In that time period, Allen & Overy – who have been overall winners four times in these past ten years – approximately doubled in size from £666m to £1,281m, while increasing their profit margin from 36.8% to 45.2%. So being an innovator certainly pays off!

Law innovation pays off

Interested in leading the way when it comes to law firm innovation, but are wondering how or where to start?

To celebrate this special issue, Organizing for Innovation is giving away 10 in-company seminars on law firm innovation for law firms in the Washington DC area*. If you are among the first 10 to apply, Floortje Blindenbach-Driessen, PhD will come to your organization and give a 30 minute seminar on how innovation can contribute to the growth and profitability of your law firm.

To apply, send an e-mail to: with in the heading Innovative Lawyer Seminar.

The deadline for applying is October 31st 2015

*If your firm is located outside the Washington DC area you can still apply, but we will ask you to reimburse travel costs

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